Lettuce Grow Urban Garden Project


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Marshall University Sustainability Student Gardens1 JOHN Marshall WayHuntington, WV 25701


The Lettuce Grow Project is an agricultural initiative to teach gardening skills to youth and young adults with developmental disabilities.

Through The Lettuce Project we hope to build sustainable community relationships for our team members; provide locally grown agricultural products that can feed into the local food economy; and increases job skills for young adults with Developmental Disabilities.

There are learning opportunities in all aspects of The Lettuce Project. Project team members will be learning: how to set up a garden, how to grow plants, how to maintain a garden, how to package, market and deliver agricultural products to a local CSA, and business skills that could allow them to become gardeners and sell their own vegetables from home.

We need Volunteers to help with Curriculum Modification and Adaptation, Marketing, Social Media, Various tasks in the Garden, fundraising and grant writing.


  • Special Needs
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Social Media / Blogging
  • Fundraising
  • Online Flash/Video Production
  • Gardening

Good Match For

Kids Teens People 55+ Group

Requirements & Commitment

  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • Varies
  • To work directly with youth members, you must be willing to have a State Police background check.

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